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No driver found for GPJM
Anonymous
10 years
HI,
I've just found your RR software, and i'm interested in creating a multitouch screen.
I've followed the instructions found here, http://youtube.com/watch?v=yzNh31q61gc (the $2 multitouch)
I've got my bag setup, and using TUIO i can recognise a picture/point press on the bag.
I'm using a Panasonic NV-GS120 Mini DV cam in webcam mode to stream video to the pc, which is working a treat!
Yet when i open RR, it claims that there isn't the necessary driver for 'GPJM'.
"Only RGB24, RGB32, RGB555, YUYV, UYVY, I420, IYUV, YV12, Y800 image formats are supported. No driver found for GPJM"
Does anyone know a workaround for this?
Thanks,  Mitch
Anonymous 10 years
Mitch,

The Panasonic GPJM has been an issue and continues to be an issue. The  solution is to install the GPJM DirectX video codec that should have come with any installation CD when you purchased the camera. Or you can try downloading

http://www.free-codecs.com/download/Panasonic_DV_Codec.htm

Once installed start RoboRealm.exe, click on the Options button, select your camera in the video tab, select the Format button and then chose one of the formats from the dropdown. The above download might help in supporting one of the codecs listed.

Other than that you'll have to try and find a codec for the GPJM format which after a quick search does not appear to be readily available. Note that this is a driver that Panasonic would need to produce and is not Microsoft's nor RoboRealm's responsibility.

STeven.
wow thats so cooll
Anonymous
10 years
hey STeven the video looks amazing do u think its doable using RR if yes do provide a a .robo file of how to do it!!!!
Hmmph.
Anonymous
10 years
Hmmph... That's not working.. But i'll borrow a mates webcam and give it a go anyway.
If you're looking for the .robo files, they've already been created!
They're available at: http://www.instructables.com/id/E1UG5R4F5HVTEHU/?ALLSTEPS

How fantastic. If only i could use it!
(Oh, and btw, the youtube video version works wonderfully!)
Thanks for your help,
Mitch

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